Forum: NGINX nginx+php5+mysql+phpmyadmin+zend+iconcube -- how to install?

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Dzulhelmi (Guest)
on 2009-02-20 08:28
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Hello people..

I am using latest Ubuntu server edition(8.10)+KDE 4.1

I wanna use this server as my company's local webserver for some our
application and intranet.

During development, i am using Apache as the webserver.

Now i want to use the Nginx

The nginx,php,mysql,phpmyadmin were installed just fine as some of
them were came together with the ubuntu installer.

The problem is, my intranet requires Zend Optimizer and Ioncube loader
to be installed. I know how install it on Apache, but anyone knows how
to install zend and ioncube in nginx?

Please help.
Jim O. (Guest)
on 2009-02-20 15:51
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These are php extensions so it depends on how you are serving php
from nginx. If you are using apache-mod_php then you probably don't need
do anything. If you are using a separately compiled php-cgi binary and
fastcgi_pass then you need to add them to the php.ini that is in use for
that binary.

Something like this at the end of your php.ini might work:


This assumes that you are using linux and php 5.2.x

Dzulhelmi (Guest)
on 2009-02-21 04:32
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Hi Jim..

I really hope i can chat with you to ask more about this. I am not
expert in
All i know is, in my linux box i set install apache, php 5 and mysql for
works. I really dont know what you mean by fastcgi_pass or

What i know is, even if using apache, i still need to add to the php.ini
the ioncube loader to works.
for zend, it will added automatically to the php.ini during zend

the problem is i dont know how to install these if i am using nginx.
i really like to use nginx but my project requires zend and ioncube.

i really hope someone can guide me in details how to install this.
by the way, does nginx has some sort of kerberos mod to support single
on in windows machine?
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